E. B. White was an American author. He was better known as the writer of popular children’s books like ‘Stuart Little’, ‘The Trumpet of the Swan’ and ‘Charlotte’s Web’. After declining the offer of a teaching position at the University of Minnesota, he worked for the United Press. He also served as a reporter for “Seattle Times” for one year. After working in an advertisement agency, he joined “New Yorker” magazine as contributing editor. Here, he met his future life partner Katharine Angell, the literary editor of that magazine. He published several collections of poems but came into limelight for his “Stuart Little”, a popular children’s book. His books like “Charlotte’s Web” and “The Trumpet of the Swan” drew the attention of children for their unique story lines. “Stuart Little” is about a tiny talking mouse born in a human family, whereas “Charlotte’s Web” depicts friendly relationship between a spider and a pig. This book conveys the message to its readers that death is an inevitable part of life. His book “The Trumpet of the Swan” is a funny story about a male swan and a female swan. All these three books were later adapted into films.